African American Perspectives on Political Science

African American Perspectives on Political Science

By: Wilbur C. Rich (editor), Charles V. Hamilton (foreword_author)Paperback

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African American political scientists speak out about their discipline, academic issues and racism in the profession

Contents

Section 1: Race and Political ScientistsErnest J. Wilson and Lorrie Frasure "Still at the Margins: The Persistence of Neglect of African American Issues in Political Science, 1985-2003"; Hanes Walton and Robert Smith, "The Race Variable and the American Political Science Association's State of Discipline" Reports and Books 1907-2002; Wilbur Rich, "Black Political Scientist in Academic Wonderland"Section 2: Globalization and the Study of Development"Ollie Johnson, "Black Politics in Latin America"; Vernon Johnson ,"Globalization and the Study of Development"Section 3: Civic Engagement and VotingAndrea Simpson, "Going It Alone: Black Women Activists and Black Organizational Quiescence"; Martin Kilson, "Political Scientists and the Study of African American Public Opinion"; Melissa Harris-Lacewell, "Political Science and the Study of African American Public Opinion"Section 4: InstitutionsKenny Whitby, "Racial Representation in Congress"; Barbara Luck Graham, "Challenging the Dominant Civil Rights Paradigm: The Curious Absence of Critical Race Theory in Political Science Scholarship"; Wilbur Rich, "Presidential Leadership and the Politics of Race: Stereotypes, Symbols and Scholarship"Section 5: The Sub FieldsComparative Politics- Germaine Hoston, "Comparative Politics and Asia: Contesting Hegemonic Inter- and Intra-Disciplinary Boundaries"; Public Administration- Lenneal Henderson "Race and the Problem of Equity in the Administrative State"; Marion Orr and Valerie Johnson "Race and the City: The View from Two Political Science Journals"; International Relations- Errol A. Henderson, "Hidden in Plain Sight: Racism in World Politics"; American Government- Katherine Tate, Kevin Lyles and Lucius Barker "A Critical Review of American Political Institutions"; Political Theory- Jerry Watts, "Political Science Confronts Afro-America: A Reconsideration"

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  • ISBN13: 9781592131099
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 456
  • ID: 9781592131099
  • ISBN10: 1592131093

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